Jeffrey Newman Law Announces $36 Million settlement in whistleblower case between British Medical Device Maker BTG PLC and D.O.J.

False Claims Act lawsuit revealed BTG subsidiary, Biocompatibles, fraudulently marketed its LC Bead device for uses that had been denied approval by the FDA BOSTON, MA, November 7, 2016 – Jeffrey Newman Law announced today that British medical device maker BTG PLC and its subsidiary, Biocompatibles, Inc., have agreed to pay $36 million to the […]

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Skilled Nursing Facility owners charged in $1 Billion Medicare Fraud case

Philip Esformes, of Miami owners of more than 30 Miami-area skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, a hospital administrator and a physician’s assistant were charged with conspiracy, obstruction, money laundering and health care fraud in connection with a $1 billion scheme involving numerous Miami-based health care providers.  According to the indictment, Esformes operated a network of […]

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Jeffrey Newman Law ANNOUNCES $3.9 MILLION SETTLEMENT BY WINGATE HEALTHCARE, INC. AND ITS 16 NURSING FACILITIES IN MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW YORK

BOSTON, January 19, 2016 Jeffrey Newman Law today announced that Wingate Healthcare, Inc. (Wingate) which owns and manages 16 Skilled Nursing Facilities in Massachusetts and New York (list of locations), has agreed to settle a False Claims Act (FCA), “qui tam” lawsuit alleging Medicare billing fraud in causing SNF customers to bill for unreasonable and […]

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Newman law offices announce settlement of Medicare Fraud case for $125 Million

Jeffrey Newman Law today announced that RehabCare Group Inc. (RehabCare) and Kindred Healthcare Inc.(Kindred), its parent company, (Kindred/RehabCare) has agreed to settle a False Claims Act (FCA), qui tam lawsuit alleging Medicare billing fraud in providing therapy services inŒ skilled nursing facilities (SNF’s) in states across the country.Œ Kindred/RehabCare has agreed to pay $125 million […]

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